Monthly Archives: September 2012

Eat Your Fingers Off

In 1987, KFC opened its first outlet in China, a chicken nugget's throw away from Chairman Mao's mausoleum in the middle of Tiananmen Square. Now, 25 years later, KFC is the premier fast food chain in the country, generating almost $2 billion in annual profit (for reference, that is more than is made by all of the KFCs, Taco Bells, Pizza Huts, Read more [...]

The Spirit of the Rule

Today my girlfriend Anna asked me to accompany her to her Speech Language Pathology clinic so that she could get some work done. Since I didn’t have anything else on my plate, I figured I’d tag along (wait, how did I end up being the one driving?) and use the time to write something for this glorious website of ours. Read more [...]

Mad Respect

This edition of my thoughts on whatever is at my finger tips as they mount the keyboard is focused on the idea of respect. Now, since I’m not a very learned person with respect to vocabulary, insomuch as I don’t know every definition to every word, so I’ve taken to to provide myself with the various definitions of respect. re·spect [ri-spekt] noun 1. a particular, detail, or point (usually preceded by in ): todiffer in some respect. 2. relation or reference: inquiries with respect to a route. 3. esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of aperson, a personal quality Read more [...]